Monroeville

Monroeville seeks input to evaluate tree trimming method

Monroeville leaders are asking residents to send concerns and photos of recent tree trimming around power lines after several residents have expressed fear that the ...

Gateway School District shoots to close achievement gap

A Gateway School District committee is close to finalizing its recommendations for the school board on how to address the achievement gap between black and ...

Band camp begins journey to showtime for Gateway musicians, new director

Gateway's marching band is learning more than just a new show this year. Members are learning to work with Jim Hoeltje, the new band director. Hoeltje ...

Gateway hires assistant school superintendent away from Plum

Plum Borough School District's assistant superintendent is taking a job with neighboring Gateway School District. Guy Rossi has been serving as superintendent since Plum ...

PPG, United Way brighten Propel Pitcairn with colorful paint work

PPG teamed with the United Way recently to paint portions of a Pitcairn charter school. Propel Pitcairn is a beneficiary of PPG Industries Inc.'s "Colorful Communities" ...

2 generations will miss Monroeville library's retiring 'Miss Lou Anne'

Twenty-three years ago, Lou Anne Sokolowski began giving advice about books and reading stories to children at the Monroeville Public Library. She is doing the ...

Monroeville equipment sales yield more money than expected

Monroeville officials said at last week's council meeting that recent sales of old equipment the municipality no longer used brought in much more money than ...

Photo gallery: Pitcairn Hose Co. No. 1 parade 2016

Pitcairn Hose Co. No. 1's parade on Friday night, Aug. 5, once again capped the firefighters' weeklong fair. ...

Gateway School Board OKs hiring three leaders for schools' new police force

Gateway School District officials have chosen the leaders of their new police department. The board voted 7-2 at its Aug. 2 meeting to hire Bryan Key ...

Pitcairn Council OK's hiring part-time police officer, purchasing new Tasers

Pitcairn officials on Monday approved a conditional offer to hire a part-time police officer and the purchase of new Tasers for the borough's police department. The ...

Photo gallery: St. Bernadette Parish summer festival 2016

St. Bernadette Parish in Monroeville held its annual summer festival Aug. 4-6, with food, games, raffles, live entertainment and a flea market in the Lourdes ...

Golf outing picks up pace of fundraising for Monroeville Foundation

Monroeville Foundation officials are looking to the greens to generate some greenbacks. The inaugural Monroeville Foundation Golf Outing is set for Sept. 12 at Meadowink Golf ...

Monroeville Council hopeful about expressway's economic impact

Monroeville officials are expressing hope that the planned extension of the Mon-Fayette Expressway will help the municipality, by making it more accessible to businesses. The toll ...

Input sought on Mon/Fayette Expressway plans in Monroeville

Monroeville and Pitcairn residents will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on recent changes to the $1.75 billion Mon/Fayette Expressway project at a Pennsylvania ...

Pitcairn doubles for Kentucky town for 'Outsiders'

A main roadway in Pitcairn was shut down last Friday evening as film crews shot a scene for a national television series. A section of Wall ...

Monroeville expects more than $20K for used items in auction

Joe Sedlak has become accustomed to the wide array of items sold in Monroeville used equipment auctions, but he remains amazed by some of the ...

Groups gather in Monroeville to address law-enforcement/community divide

Local clergy met on Sunday in Monroeville with law enforcement and citizens from Monroeville and neighboring towns to begin a discussion of the divisions between ...

Gateway School Board OKs deal to revamp website

Gateway School District may have a new website before the start of the new school year. School board members unanimously approved a three-year agreement with Edlio ...

4-week summer program sharpens literacy skills of Gateway K-3 students

Dozens of Gateway students were able to take part in a program designed to keep their literacy skills sharp and give them extra time to ...

Annual count at PPG facility finds most butterflies since 2013

About 65 people got a chance to get up close and personal with wildlife July 9 during the annual North American Butterfly Association's Butterfly ...


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